Taking legal action
Taking legal action can be stressful and expensive.
You can find out how to take a small claim to court. You can also find out how get help if you have to go to court without a lawyer (a solicitor or a barrister).
Representing yourself in court and help you can get from a McKenzie friend.
Information on publicly-funded legal services including the green form scheme and criminal legal aid.
Finding a legal adviser, information on using a solicitor, solicitors' costs and bills, and using a barrister through the Direct Professional Access Scheme.
If you’re going to a tribunal or court without a lawyer, find out where to get help to represent yourself and what a McKenzie Friend, the Personal Support Unit or an interpreter can do.